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Unformatted text preview: • slower to name color when word says a different color than to name the color of an colored square • why does this happen? • reading is an automatic process • color naming is a controlled process • automatic process of reading interferes with our ability to selectively attend to ink color • variations on the Stroop task (lab activity) read colored words vs. name colors of colored words...
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- Fall '09